Spoon has shared the video for “Wild” and it’s another solid single taken from the upcoming Lucifer On The Sofa album. Lucifer On The Sofa will be released via Matador on February 11.
In the lead up to their forthcoming new album Lucifer On the Sofa, out February 11 (Matador Records), Spoon share “Wild,” a celebratory and anthemic song about finding one’s way from cashed out depths back into a vivid world full of color and life.
“Wild” is the second track that Spoon have revealed off of Lucifer On The Sofa. Like “The Hardest Cut” before it, the song captures the sound of a band cracking things open and letting it all spill out onstage.
Fans can witness this phenomenon in person very soon, as Spoon prepare to announce a spring tour this Thursday. Early presale access will be available for those signed up on the band’s email list at www.spoontheband.com.
The video for “Wild” was directed by Ben Chappell and Brook Linder, who notes “we were mid putting this video together and my friend Ben asked ‘Is Spoon the best band?’ Yes. Yep. Probably. There’s always something unexpected in the familiar with Spoon. They are mythic to me somehow, and ‘WILD’ needed to feel like a myth, or at least illustrate the myth-making process in some odd way. We used the old ways – crude in-camera techniques – to hit this uncanny western film note. Britt is the quintessential western hero. Had a blast 10/10 would do again.”
Lucifer On the Sofa was co-produced by Spoon and Mark Rankin (Adele, Queens of the Stone Age) and features contributions from Dave Fridmann and Justin Raisen. It’s the band’s purest rock ’n roll record to date. Texas-made, it is the first set of songs that the quintet has put to tape in its hometown of Austin in more than a decade and bottles the physical thrill of a band tearing up a packed room. It’s an album of intensity and intimacy, where the music’s harshest edges feel as vivid as the directions quietly murmured into the mic on the first take. According to frontman Britt Daniel, “It’s the sound of classic rock as written by a guy who never did get Eric Clapton.”
Today Spoon is featured on New Music Daily on Apple Music. An indie-exclusive color variant of the Lucifer On the Sofa vinyl will be available. Fans can find where to preorder that version HERE. Find other pre-order options for Lucifer On the Sofa HERE.